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EnergySys announce US partner

Tuesday, July 12, 2016

EnergySys Ltd is delighted to announce the next stage of its expansion into the US.

The company has just signed a partnership agreement with Pumpjack Online, based in Houston, Texas, and one of the leading production accounting consultancies in the US. Brian Eukel, Pumpjack Online's CEO, has over twenty years experience in the oil and gas industry, with ten of those in production accounting, including periods spent with Sigmafine and Merrick Systems.

The agreement was completed in June 2016, and gives EnergySys customers access to a local point of contact for sales and service built around the leading cloud platform for production accounting and reporting.

Discussing the appeal of the EnergySys Platform, Mr Eukel stated that: 'The platform is ideal for the US market. It begins with spreadsheets, a tool familiar to most users, but extends the capabilities, using a 'no code' environment. This allows customers to easily modify standard applications available from EnergySys or develop their own tools from scratch. All of this adds up to superior flexibility and ease of modification by users. I think customers in the US will discover that when it comes to applications platforms, EnergySys really stands out from the crowd.'

Dr Peter Black, Managing Director, EnergySys said: 'We are delighted to be working with Pumpjack Online. Brian has a long association with software innovation in the oil and gas industry, and his experience with production accounting makes him the perfect partner for EnergySys in the US. Brian's knowledge and enthusiasm for the industry fits perfectly with our own, and we look forward to working together'.



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